On the prototype of the new VW Golf 2020 is almost no camouflage

On the prototype of the new VW Golf 2020 is almost no camouflage

April 24, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The eighth generation of the compact VW Golf hatchback will be presented until the end of 2019. Next year there will be high-performance versions of the GTI and R. There are also rumors about the appearance of the 400-horsepower Golf R Plus.

While some would like to see a bit of diversity when it comes to the exterior style of a car, most people actually have no problem with the familiar look of the German VW Golf. The numbers do not lie – the Golf was the best-selling car in Europe last year, although the current generation was released back in 2012. Compared with the previous version of the model, this one has sold 445,754 more than that.
   
Note that on this prototype, caught by foreign journalists during the tests, there is no camouflage.

 Take a closer look and you will see that the rear lights have stickers hiding their actual design. Cutout for the tailgate has a rather unusual shape, apparently the hole may be slightly wider than the outgoing Golf. If you look around the rear lights, you’ll notice two different shades of black, which makes us think that the back door is also almost completely disguised.

  In front of the prototype, there is also camouflage on the edges of the headlights to partially hide the LED daytime running lights. These “fog lights” look like stickers and are placed on glossy black panels, which you will not find in a production car. They are designed to disguise the actual appearance of the bumper, and we must pay tribute to VW for cleverly masking the front of the car.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote that on the Internet there were pictures of the new VW I.D Neo electric hatchback.